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8 Ways Developers Are Using Kinect for Things Besides Games

8 Ways Developers Are Using Kinect for Things Besides Games

The buzz around Microsoft’s Kinect motion controller has quieted somewhat, but that doesn’t mean developers aren’t working with the technology. eWeek has published a slideshow detailing eight innovative ways developers are using Kinect:

  1. To detect non-verbal signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  2. To help analysts spot trends in CRM data
  3. To create models of real-world objects for 3D printing
  4. To detect and compensate for patient movement during brain scans
  5. To allow shoppers to get information about grocery items by pointing at them
  6. To use digital signs to collect data on customers
  7. To create interactive water fountains
  8. To improve users’ golf swings

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